Prepared by: OH2MCN - Veke
& LA1TV/ZK1ATV - Trond & N6TST – David & 9M6DXX
Status: Jan-96, July '99 & Dec '00 links, Feb 2002, ‘08
Intro: If you have a foreign ham license, you will have no problems to get a license for the Cook Islands
PTT (from ITU database and
Chief Post Office
Telephone +682 29 680 ext 3283
Fax +682 26 174
Mr. Katoa Banaba
Email: sales at telecom.co.ck
Email: katoabanaba at telecom.co.ck
When you have arrived to
the Cook Islands you can apply for the licence at the Communications Centre in
the Chief Post Office,
They will only issue a
temporary licence which is valid for the period that you are in the
Accomodation: Cook Islands ,Hotel Accommodation Index and some other touristic info Destination Cook Islands and Finding Cook Islands and The best kept secret in the Pacific
- The Cook Islands
and Webcentral and Cook Islands Business & Tourism
Pages and Cook Islands Kia orana.
Southern Cook has been visited by many radio amateurs, but the hard point with N. Cook for years has been with the transportation. Now when there are flights from S. Cook to the N. Cook (Manihiki and Pukapuka, but they are typically always full) the problem is only accomodation and electricity. There was a nice article about Pukapuka in the Autumn 1995 edition of NCDXF Newsletter. For any further details contact
Ken A. Holdom, ZL2HU
31 St. Johns Terrace
tel. 04-232 6478
Ken's wife is from Pukapuka and with his / her help you can establish the necessary local connections.
Veikko Komppa (Veke) <oh2mcn at sral.fi>
Addition from: Benjamin DeClue III <kiaorana at tampabay.rr.com>
I am the owner of
the domain http://kiaorana.com i.e. (Website
about the Southern and Northern
Please have a look ! New stuff has been added in the past 48 hours !
I am always interested in pictures and stories of Pukapuka and of the other
KiaOrana.com is a website exclusively about the Cook Islands for current and former Cook Island residents, and those interested in the Cook Islands around the world which I developed, maintain, webmaster and where I publish the Cook Island Star content (and more!) online (partly in Cook Island Maori language mostly in English) in agreement with the print publisher in Auckland, NZ.